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front later today. ahead of and along that front, we will see rain and thunderstorms. there is a lot of moisture in the air today and that could feed heavy rainfall with the potential of flooding. there is a flood watch for parts of se wi. after the cold front clears, we cool down and dry out a bit thursday. however, another low arrives friday with more rain and a chance for storms that linger into saturday. sunday looks to be the better day on the weekend. today: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the thunderstorms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms likely. low:
delays green on traffic map = no delays a hearing is set for today ...on the fence that surrounded sherman park...in the weeks following the unrest sunday, a judge ruled the fence should be removed...after a dispute between the sheriff and deandra corinthios is live from the milwaukee county courthouse with the latest the hearing is at 2 pm- we should find out if the fence will stay down. county executive chris abele said he'd been trying to discuss the fence with sheriff clarke for two weeks..and didn't get a response. there was some back and forth on sunday...the fence was up..then it came down...then it was up once more... but in a special session
the fence should be removed immediately...and upholding a temporary restraining order against the sheriff. but after the judge's ruling normal hours resumed at sherman park...and the fence came down on monday. the fence was put up following the unrest that came after the officer involved shooting death of sylville smith... on august 13th judge david hanscher ruled the fence needed to come down to preserve the status quo...and prevent potential disturbances or protests. he also said he understood people's frustrati able to use the park..as it was closing early...at 6 pm instead of 10 pm, after the unrest. and judge hanscher was not happy the sheriff didn't show up to court sunday....saying he feels it was a quote "contemptuous act" " as of now there has been no good reason given by the sheriff for closing the park except by doing it by fiat and he isnt the law in milwaukee county. the law is
fox 6 has reached out to the sheriffs office for comment ... but has not heard back. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. four juveniles could face charges after allegedly trying to break into a car. milwaukee police credit an eagle-eyed resident on the citys east side for helping them catch the suspects. it happened around one yesterday morning in the riverview apartments parking lot. a resident says she saw four kids trying to get into several cars. she called 9-1-1 as the kids broke the lincoln... and smashed the window. police say four kids ran away but were later arrested. investigators say they are all boys: a 16-year old, two 14-year olds and a 12- year old! sm 'you supposed to be in bed at 1:30, getting ready for school in the morning. but now they are downtown waiting to get let out of jail.' sm 'theyll probably just get a slap on the wrists and let back out to do it again.' milwaukee police say they will
district attorneys office for potential charges in the coming days. august was a tumultuous month in milwaukee. in addition to the unrest-- it was the deadliest month in 25 years. milwaukee mayor tom barrett tells fox6 public safety will be the biggest part of his proposed budget-- but he wouldn't go into specifics. what he is willing to say right now... is that his proposal could upset a lot of people. a public safety plan released by the common council calls for 280 new officers. but community groups sy should go elsewhere. the mayor says he's going to try and cover both aspects. the police are obviously a very important part of what were trying to do for public safety but we look at other factors when it comes to public safety as well...how much were putting into the programs that will deal with issues like crime prevention, violence reductions, summer jobs.
present his proposed budget to the common council later this month. sunday marks 15 years since the twin towers came down in new york on september 11th. coming up -- the presidential candidates plans for that day. plus -- the bucks hitting the road today! more on their statewide tour - after the break. and two l-s-u fans jump into action after they see a man fall into the milwaukee river. more on their
the bucks are hitting the road today for the third annual "own the future" statewide tour." bucks rookies thon maker and malcolm brogden...along with bango and other team entertainers will make stops in several cities around the state over the next two weekends. the tour will feature bucks players and personalities giving back to communities through events like basketball clinics, giveaways and autograph signings. their tip-off event starts at one today outside roundy's headquarters. coming a popular milwaukee restaurant. sobelman's marquette location at 16th and wells has been told to cease operations because the establishments food and liquor license expired august 31st. the owners admit -- they neglected to show-up for a mandatory common council committee meeting regarding their license in july. now, theyll have to wait until the full council meets again september 20th to seek renewal of those licenses. the city clerk says provisional licenses are options in cases
opportunity to appear before committee,. however, in this case, that opportunity was missed, so the option is not viable. putting team preference aside. some l-s-u fans saved a man who fell into the milwaukee river monday. ron duplessis , john dunlap and their wives were having a drink on the patio at rock bottom brewery when they heard commotion in the water.the two men ran to help. a man had fallen from a boat into the water. duplessis due-pless-is is an experienced boater and dunlap is a louisiana national guard colonel.the two grabbed ar to pull the man to safety. 00:07 he was hanging on to the dock, but being sucked up under the dock by the current. 22:35 it was just one of those things to do when that opportunity presents itself in life. the men didn't catch the name of the guy they helped. they say when he was pulled from the water he seemed ok. he just had some scratches and bruising. still ahead in the six o'clock hour of wakeup -- this might sound good right about now..
straight. where you can find it. native american tribes and other protesters are trying to put a stop to an oil pipeline construction in north dakota. why they say it's dangerous. plus -- hear from quarterback aaron rodgers on what he thinks of the decision to cut josh sitton and how he is moving on.
a stationary front lays across wi this morning but begins to move se as a cold front later today. ahead of and along that front, we will see rain and thunderstorms. there is a lot of moisture in the air today and that could feed heavy rainfall with the potential of flooding. there is a flood watch for parts of se wi. after the cold front clears, we cool down and dry out a bit thursday. however, another low arrives friday with more rain and a chance for storms that linger into saturday. sunday looks to be the better day on the weekend. today: mostly oudy, hot and humid th theunderd
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays neither presidential candidate will be visiting the september 11th memorial for the 15th annual commemoration on sunday. a spokesman for the national september 11th memorial and museum told the associated press that hillary
slated to attend. presidential candidates have attended the event in the past. neither clinton or trump have unveiled their schedules for this sunday. both have pledged to refrain from campaigning or advertising on that day. . the senate can't come to terms on funding the fight against the zika virus. democrats blocked a one-point-one billion dollar funding package.. they say it's because republicans tacked on restrictions on planned parenthood. the vote failed 52 to 46. it needed 60 votes to advance. dakota over oil pipeline construction. native american tribes and other protesters are trying to put a stop to it....saying it poses a danger to drinking water as well as native american land. the three-point-seven-billion-dollar project would start in north dakota and run through three other states. yesterday -- the standing rock sioux scoring a small victory...after a federal judge temporarily stopped construction on some of the pipeline. meanwhile -- demonstrators using graffiti and
and stop crews from working. julie richards demonstrator "we're making a statement that our ancestors fought so that we shall remain. it's up to us to do the same for our future generations." jarid kopaney, demonstrator "i wish we could do more. i wish we could do more. i wish we had the power to stop a lot more." authorities say law enforcement officers responding to the protesters at a dakota access pipeline construction area pulled back because they determined it wasn't safe morton county authorities say some of the 150 people who had gathered were carrying hatchets and knives. no pipeline workers were at the site, and no arrests have been made. the judge could issue a final decision on the construction project by friday. toss to rob a stationary front lays across wi this morning but begins to move se as a cold front later today. ahead of and along that front, we will see
of moisture in the air today and that could feed heavy rainfall with the potential of flooding. there is a flood watch for parts of se wi. after the cold front clears, we cool down and dry out a bit thursday. however, another low arrives friday with more rain and a chance for storms that linger it day on the weekend. today: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the thunderstorms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms
wind: sw-w 5-15 mph thursday: morning showers and storms then clearing in the afternoon. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for showers and thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 78 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: gradual clearing. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: wnw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 74 dewpoint: 52 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 55 wind: sw 5-10 mph a stationary front lays across wi this morning but begins to move se as a cold front later today. ahead of and along that front, we will see rain and thunderstorms. there is a lot of moisture in the air today and that could feed heavy
flooding. there is a flood watch for parts of se wi. after the cold front clears, we cool down and dry out a bit thursday. however, another low arrives friday with more rain and a chance for storms that linger into saturday. sunday looks to be the better day on the weekend. today: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the thunderstorms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms like.o70 dewpoint showers and storms then earing in the afternoon. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 15 mph cloudy with the chance forowerse 10 mpsaturday: slight ance for showers then gradual e: stly sunny. am low: 54gh: 74 de w 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 56 gh: 76 dewpoi
big weather mike daniels on the cover of this week's sports illustrated. mike said he'd have to check with his wife if espn wants him on their "body issue"! let's get, what i think you'll agree, is an interesting take from the quarterback on josh sitton. they're always looking to replace you. at some point, they'll try and replace me, i'm sure. when that day comes i won't be shocked either. because i know the type of business that we play in, and that's part of the reason we love it; because we love staving off them trying to get rid of you. there's always moves like this that happen every year. that's above my pay grade. and those guys are paid to make those decisions. i'm paid to play
got; and i'm confident in the guys we got". ar-rod's pack kick off the regular season in jacksonville, sunday at noon! here on fox-followed by giants at cowboys. tim's in florida, where he'll connect with brandon and yours truly for the sports blitz, sunday night at 10:35. the previously un-ranked badgers are 10th in the associated press poll. lsu free falls from 5th houston and company, saturday. some say it wasn't about wisconsin being good so much as about the tigers being bad. "we got athletes, too, and personally i think the better team won. we came together; we strived; we were determined to do what we needed to do to have more points than them". the high school blitz returns
are... homestead at germantown, muskego at mukwonago and kenosha indian trail traveling to kenosha tremper. head to fox6now.com slash sports to cast your ballot. we'll feature the winning game friday night. voting ends thursday night at 10. the brewers enjoyed a rare laughter tonight-at the "cubs" expense! jonathan villar ignited a 5 run first inning with his 13th homer. the crew sent 10 men to the plate. one of 'em, domingo santana, drove home reached base against jason hammel. hammel gave up 9 runs--8 earned. ryan braun knocked in 3 of his 4 runs with his 26th homer. 12-5..the brewers stop a 6 game skid against chicago's northsiders. that's sports everybody, have a wonderful wednesday, see you again real soon. coming up next -- an update on the f-s-u player and the little boy whose picture went viral last week after having lunch
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can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
now with a high near 86. our risk of flooding coming up. former u-f-c women's bantam weight champion -- miesha tate -- is being called she carried a little girl who got hurt down a mountain in nevada over labor day weekend. tate carried 6-year-old -- kai emerson -- for two miles from the top of mary jane falls sunday. kai broke her arm on the mountain and her mom was having trouble carrying her to safety. tate just happened to be passing by and offered to help. but it was only once they started going down the mountain that they realized just who was lending them a hand. tate posted emerson's thank you video on her social
former u-f-c champ saying the experience was quote: "one of the most rewarding days of her career". and remember bo paske - whose picture went viral after an f-s-u player sat with him at lunch last week? well the middle school student got to attend a football game on monday...and was a special guest of wide receiver travis rudolph. the seminoles player giving his young fan a football jersey along with tickets to the season opener game. paske and his mom say the response has been incredible. recognize me and i have to say to them, thank you for believing in me." "it's news on travis meant the world, it's been incredible. it's definitely been a whirlwind." bo and his mom say they are travis rudolph fans for life. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
he had arrived home, to the apartment that he shares with his sister and that he had found her deceased. we should learn more today about a murder investigation in oconomowoc. why police are confident they'll solve the case. and rob haswell's tracking heavy rains this morning. when we're ahead. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the thunderstorms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms likely. low: 70 dewpoint: